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Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot

4.5/53,389 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
Open all day (Local time)
Tanah Lot is one of Bali’s most important landmarks. Its unique offshore setting provides the perfect backdrop for sunset photos. Constructed in the 16th century to honor the Hindu sea god, Baruna, Tanah Lot is one of Bali's most-visited landmarks. The best time to admire Tanah Lot Temple is at sunset. At high tide the narrow connecting strip of land is submerged and the temple is cut off from land. Watch the sun spread across the Indian Ocean and marvel at the romantic look of Tanah Lot Temple with its glowing golden outline.
Kuta Beach

Kuta Beach

4.4/51,763 Reviews
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Kuta Beach is a great place for sunbathing and enjoying the surf. The beach is set in the crescent-shaped bay of Kuta. Both ends offer welcoming waters for paddlers and beginners. Stronger surf make the middle sections a paradise for professional wave-riders. When not enjoying the waves, you can find a variety of traditional Balinese handicrafts in the shops along the beach. In addition, there are many star-rated hotels, bars, clubs, and nightlife.
Jimbaran Beach

Jimbaran Beach

4.4/52,421 Reviews
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Jimbaran Beach is famous for its spectacular sunsets. The endless ocean seems to swallow the sun whole, before the horizon glows with twilight’s embers. The transience of day’s journey into night is magical. In addition to the famous seascapes, the open-air seafood stalls are a major attraction. Enjoy a candlelit seafood dinner while admiring the sunset. Then walk once more along this beachfront paradise.
Ubud

Ubud

4.2/51,998 Reviews
Town
Open all day (Local time)
Ubud is the cultural and creative center of Bali. This world-famous art village has a powerful creative spirit. The village is awash in artistic forms such as painting, sculpting, music, textiles, and architecture. Craft shops and museums line the streets. Artists from all over the world come here to find inspiration, and it was also one of the locations featured in the film "Eat, Pray, Love." In addition to visiting a variety of artisan shops, you can also visit the magnificent Ubud Palace to enjoy traditional dance performances and local specialties.
Bali Safari and Marine Park

Bali Safari and Marine Park

4.4/5223 Reviews
Zoo
Monday-Sunday 10:00-17:00, 18:00-20:30 (Local time)
Bali Safari and Marine Park is home to hundreds of animals, including rare and endangered species such as the Komodo dragon, orangutans, and the Balinese starling. There is also a children's amusement park, water park, restaurants, traditional dance performances, and much much more. Visitors can make close contact with some animals in the park, and watch the elephants, lions, and tigers from the safety of a car.
Waterbom Bali

Waterbom Bali

4.5/5214 Reviews
Water Park
Monday-Sunday 9:00-18:00 (Local time)
Waterbom Bali is located on the south side of Kuta Beach. It offers a variety of water slides, swimming pools and playgrounds. You can experience the stimulating giant waterslides, which rush down at high speeds. The thrill and excitement are bound to get you hooked. In addition, along the Lazy River there are various plants unique to the rain forest, allowing you to enjoy the pleasant scenery on the shore while you relax. It is a great place to spend your leisurely family time.
Tegalalang Rice Terraces

Tegalalang Rice Terraces

4.3/5314 Reviews
Terraced Field
Open all day (Local time)
The Tegalalang Rice Terraces feature in countless postcards and photographic works, including the novel "Eat, Pray, Love", and Jay Chou's music video, "Taoxiang." Here tourists can get a close-up look at a tropical landscape. Terraces roll down the mountain, while flowing mountain streams irrigate the rice fields below. The patties are dotted with countless coconut trees and surrounded by beautiful green hills.
Nusa Dua

Nusa Dua

4.5/5707 Reviews
Resort
Open all day (Local time)
Nusa Dua is a luxury resort known for its tranquil beaches and turquoise waters. It's a perfect place to enjoy a Balinese sunrise. There is a cluster of five-star hotels with adjacent private beaches, providing a secluded holiday environment. There are also many large shopping malls and duty-free shops nearby. Nusa Dua's calm beaches are ideal for diving, swimming, and other water activities.
Ubud Palace

Ubud Palace

4.1/51,020 Reviews
Palace
Open all day (Local time)
Ubud Palace is located in Ubud, the “Artistic Town of Bali.” The building is majestic and adorned in intricate stone carvings. Gold decorations makes the whole palace look magnificent and stately. At the Ubud Palace, you can experience the traditional art culture of Bali. In the evening, there are Balinese dance performances in the courtyard. In addition, the Ubud market is easily reachable after visiting the palace. There you can buy a variety of Buddha statues, silverware, and special costumes.
Uluwatu

Uluwatu

4.5/51,031 Reviews
Seashore
Monday-Sunday 8:00-19:00 (Local time)
Uluwatu Temple with it's location along the Uluwatu Cliffs is a great location from which to view the surrounding landscape and seaside. Known as the "Lover's Cliffs," the Uluwatu Cliffs are set beside a well-known surf spot. The small forested areas in front of the temple is home to hundreds of wild monkeys. In the evening, you can watch traditional Kecak dance performances. With the ambiance of the Uluwatu Temple and surrounding cliffs, the performance provides a magical, almost otherworldly experience.
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